Pueblo police are searching for a man accused of shooting at police and failing to show up for his court hearing.
On Dec. 15, police say 22-year-old Timothy Vasquez was arrested after trying to run away from officers, and firing several shots at them while being chased. After his arrest, police say they found two handguns and a large amount of ammunition near where Vasquez was captured.
Vasquez bonded out of jail four days later. Police say he never showed up for his court hearing. Vasquez now has a $150,000 cash-only warrant as well as a second $3,400 warrant for revocation.
If you know where he is, or see him, call police or Crime Stoppers at 719-542-STOP (7867). You don't have to give your name and you could earn a reward.
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